Modi has forgotten about corruption during BJP rule, says Congress

Modi has forgotten about corruption during BJP rule, says Congress

Modi has forgotten about corruption during BJP rule, says Congress

The state Congress on Sunday hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he has forgotten about the corruption that happened during the previous BJP governments in the state.

"B S Yeddyurappa was sitting next to Modi (during the party rally in Bengaluru). How can he accuse the Congress of being corrupt when Yeddyurappa was sitting next to him?" KPCC president G Parameshwara asked at a press conference organised after Modi's rally.

On the Modi accusing the state government as "10% sarkar," Parameshwara said he should give at least one instance of where in commission has been collected. The steel bridge project has been dropped. So, the question of collecting kickback does not arise, he defended.

Modi has claimed that the Centre is spending Rs 17,000 crores for suburban rail project in Bengaluru. But, the project is proposed to be implemented under the cost-sharing basis. The state government is going to share the cost of the project. This shows that Modi is misleading people, he added.

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